Originally built in 1920 as a bakery, the National Biscuit Company, later became known as Nabisco.
What does NABISCO stand for?
NABISCO stands for National Biscuit Company
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Brunell worked for the National Biscuit Company as a salesman and retired after 32 years.
National Biscuit Company sold change, not crackers The Kotlers who have made this great new discovery of the role of publicity and promotion in marketing appear to know little of our field's history.
The acquisition should accelerate Keebler's expansion into non-supermarket channels and allow the company to continue to grow without competing directly with the leading national biscuit company.
She was a bookkeeper for over forty years at National Biscuit Company (NABISCO) in West Boylston before retiring.
The building--more than a century old--originally housed the National Biscuit Company and was the place where American favorites like Oreo cookies and Fig Newtons were manufactured.